Wendy's Country Lodge
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... while I am here and developing strategies for sustainability. What an honor. After my visit to the Perma-Gardens, we met with the head nurse at the local clinic. It was pretty awesome to find out that the clinic offers free HIV-testing and counseling. Many health facilities do not have the capacity to do that at the moment so this was a great find. We will be working together as well. Whether it's abstinence or safe sex, do something to protect ...
... t believe I'm from America. My IsiZulu skills are NOT THAT impressive I promise, it's just my brown skin that has them confused. Because I look like everybody else, they are convinced that my parents are from South Africa, that is, until they try to have a fluid conversation with me; then I look like a deer in headlights. No prepared speech can compare to the ability to actually respond in normal dialogue with someone who speaks IsiZulu. ...
... the Peace Corps allows us to "test drive" our new living arrangements and future work places for one week before training is over. My worksite assists Orphans, Vulnerable Children, and Youth (OVCYs) who have been infected or affected by HIV/AIDS in the community by providing food, health referrals, social assistance, and other community support. Translated into English, the name of my ...
... their way towards us. Strange. Strange because the only cars that ever come along here are the taxis to drop our villagers. Strange because it's Christmas Day and no one moves around today.
Moments later the doors of both cars pop open, almost as though it were a synchronized Olympic event, and a whole lot of umlungus* emerge from the cars. Still chewing the soft juicy grass I look on with interest. Strange, strange indeed. Maybe they ...
... drive. Just as we arrived Shirley spotted a Yellow Billed Kite on the track pecking at something. It flew off as another car approached, but we could see that it was carrying a snake.
We were the only guests at King’s Grant, a tranquil spot, garden setting, swallows flitting about, more than adequate light lunch.
We arrived at Button Birding B&B just outside Creighton at about 3:30, greeted warmly by Gail Gemmel, who showed us to our comfortable ...